American Apparel shirt, Theyskens' Theory pants, Alexander Wang shoes, Louis Vuitton belt
Things that are supposed to be conservative in the form of their original concept design are best when meddled with once in a while. A standard polo shirt, which is funnily named tennis shirt, golf shirt, etc. all at once by society for maximum convenience and wearability, turns out to be more interesting when its hole punched. I put this one up against pretty much every variant of white I'm aware of and shoes that take after how I think some sea creatures are shaped.
I'm defying Mr. Webster and spelling colour with a "u." Go ahead, judge me.